How Do You Make Junket?

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Junket is a dessert. For a simple recipe to make a junket, heat two cups of milk on medium until it reaches body temperature. Add a half teaspoon of desired flavouring, two tablespoons of sugar and stir to dissolve. Dissolve a tablet of rennet in two teaspoons of warm water and then stir it into the milk mixture. Pour the junket into moulds and leave it to stand undisturbed at room temperature until it firms. Chill it for some days before serving.
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when making a junket, you will need; 1 quart milk, 2 tablespoonfuls powdered sugar, 1 teaspoonful vanilla extract, 1 tablespoonful liquid rennet, a mixing bowl, a tablespoon and a teaspoon. Mix in the milk, powered sugar, liquid rennet and vanilla extract in a bowl. Set it in a warm room until it becomes firm like custard and put it in an ice chest.
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